The First Digital Standard For Art Freeing Both Artists And Consumers Form Speculative Prices.
Art has rules, styles of art can be defined in certain ways be that subjectively or objectively, however, the subjective valuing of art is the main way in which art is given a price.
For example, a realism oil painter would be valued at least at first on how close to reality their work is. The problem with subjective valuing of art at least for new artists is the amount of bias that system creates, rather than the quality of the realism factors such as nepotism, financials and whether a wealthy buyer is willing to pay over the odds for their work, these end up playing a much larger role in pricing artwork than the objective qualities.
Digital art or scans of art have unique objective quality’s which so far no one has capitalized on; the objective metrics! These include the PPI, file type and for digital video aspects like codec or resolution.
This simple idea gives buyers an easy to understand guide to what they are actually buying, aside for the image itself. Its kind of like a digital version of a quality examination normally carried out on an artwork.
But taking our digital standard and applying it to new and unsold artist’s work it will create a starting price for all unknown emerging artists, after which the work is sold then by auction, this will then be able to achieve a true consumer-driven price. Freeing both artists and consumers form speculative prices